Police still seek witnesses to fatal hit and run

MARYSVILLE — Investigators are asking for help from anyone who witnessed a hit and run accident that left a man dead in Marysville early Thursday morning.

Scott H. Williams, of Marysville, was in a crosswalk near Fourth Street and I-5 at about 4:30 a.m. when a vehicle hit him and drove away. Williams died four hours later.

Marysville police want to talk with anyone who saw the accident.

“One of these witnesses ran to a nearby espresso stand, described portions of the collision to the barista, and asked them to call 911,” the police department said in a statement issued Saturday. “We really want to talk to this witness and learn what he had seen regarding the collision.”

Anyone who might have information about the collision should call Marysville Police Department investigators at 360-363-8350.

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